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MOUNT EVERETT REGIONAL SCHOOL 



Sheffield, Massachusetts 



Class of 1964 






IN MEMORIAM 




John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
19 17 - 19 6 3 



DEDICATION 




James Herlihy, B.A., M.A., C.A.G.S. 

It is often difficult to express with new meaning traditional sentiments. This is 
the case in dedicating our yearbook to Mr. Herlihy. 

The success of our high school years is about to begin its rugged test, for we will 
soon be leaving our Alma Mater to enter a demanding society. We can look forward 
with confidence, however, because our career at Mount Everett has been tempered and 
molded by the instruction, advice, and guidance of one whom we shall not soon forget. 

The class of 1964 of Mount Everett is proud to dedicate its Auriga to such a person. 
We wish to take this final opportunity as a group to express our appreciation and thanks 
to Mr. James Herlihy. 



The Class of 1964 




FACULTY AND 



ADMINISTRATION 




SENIORS 



presents . . . 




ACTIVITIES 




SPORTS 



Administration . . . 




Dear Seniors: 

Congratulations upon the occasion of your gradua- 
tion from high school. This is an important event in 
your lives, as your potential for personal happiness 
and community service has been enhanced by the 
twelve years of education which you have received in 
the local schools. 

As you become an adult member of our complex 
industrial society, further and continuous education 
will be necessary to keep pace with the expanding 
frontiers of knowledge. It is becoming increasingly 
important that citizens realize that improved educa- 
tion for future generations is essential for individual 
happiness and success and for our national security 
and prosperity. Although the schooling which you 
have received here has been of good quality, I hope 
that your future support of the schools will enable 
an even better education for your children. 

As you leave Mount Everett, we will continue to 
have an active interest in your personal and occupa- 
tional development. 

Best wishes. 

Sincerely, 



George H. Daniel, Ed. D. 
Superintendent 





Dear Seniors: 

Each of you has much to be proud of as you bid 
farewell to Mount Everett. Rest assured that the 
faculty shares with you some regret at this time of 
parting, for we have found both pride and pleasure 
in working with you. What kind of parents and 
citizens you become and how happy you are in your 
lives will give us some idea of how well you have 
developed here and, if good, will give reward to the 
teachers who have worked, worried and rejoiced along 
with your parents these past few years. 

Not too many pages of the calendar will turn 
before you will have children in school. How well 
they do, how happy they are, what kindness and good- 
ness they have will mostly be determined by you — 
how strong, loving and good you are as parents. 
And it will be you, as citizens, who will determine 
the kind of schooling they will have. As you pass 
from your youth into adulthood, you will find that 
you must give of yourselves more than you receive 
from others. The strength of your community, the 
happiness of your children depends upon it. 

Sincerely, 



Dear Seniors: 

When you leave Mount Everett as alumni, you are 
to become citizens of your community. There are a 
few basic things to remember. Always be yourself; 
do your own reasoning, being ready to lead or follow 
as the situation demands. Above all, remember always 
to live by the Golden Rule. This is essential to our 
democratic way of life. 

In closing may I express my most sincere wishes 
for every happiness and success in all your eandeavors. 

Sincerely, 



C. J. Newlon 
Principal 



A. J. Trocchi 
Vice-Principal 



faculty . . . 




Ronald A. Bjorklund, B.S.Ed. 

Industrial Arts 




Marsha E. Broili, B.A. 

Junior High Social Studies 
and English 



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Raymond F. Chamberland, A.B. 

Science 



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John P. Cicchetti, B.S.E., M.Ed. 

English 





Ailene M. Dullea, B.S., M.Ed. 

Business Education 




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Peter A. Chase, B.S. 

Science 



Edgar L. Davis, B.A. 

English 



Robert L. Dunham, B.S.Ed. 

Mathematics 





Arthur H. Ellis, B. in Mus. Ed. 
Music 



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Bernard J. Fryc, B.S. 

Junior High English 
and Social Studies 





Mary C. Heather, B.A., M.A. 
French 




James C. Herlihy, B.A., M.A., 
C.A.G.S. 

Social Studies 




Lucile R. Howard 
Librarian 




William J. Fennell, B.S., M.Ed. 
Business Education 



Marion E. Garrahan, B.S.F.. 

M.Ed., C.A.G.S. 

Reading Consultant 



Janice L. Keefner. H S 
Junior Hieh Fnclish 
and Social Stu<i 




Gerald W. Kriedberg, A.B., 
Ed. M. 

Guidance, Psychology 




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Bert W. Lark, B.S., M.S. 
Science 




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Richard L. Maghery, B.S., Ed.M. 

Physical Education 





William E. Mielke, B.A., M.A. 

Guidance 




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Phyllis L. Larkin, B.S. 

Homemaking 



George T. May, B.S., M.Ed. 

Art 



Holger D. Oleen, B.S. 

Mathematics 





James A. Shiminski, B.S.Ed. 
Industrial Arts 




Carol C Pflumm, B.A. 

Social Studies 




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Barbara B. Rhoades, B.S. 
English 





Virginia Lea Stowe. B.A., M.S. 

Adjustment Counselor 




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Lillian E. Preiss 
Guidance 



John J. Shea. A.B.. M.Ed. 
Guidance 



Florence 1 Wheeler, B.S. 

Physical Education 



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Seniors 




SUSAN HARRIET BABCOCK 

February 1, 1946 

Gymnastics- 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading- 
3, 4; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club-1, 
2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3; Art Club-1; 
Sewing Club-1; Slide Rule-3; 
Awards Committee- 3; Prom Com- 
mittee- 3; Senior Play-4; Yearbook 



DEAN PAUL AMIDON, JR. 

December 11, 1946 

Football-4; Volleyball-4; Baseball-2; 
Intramurals-3; Ski Club-2, 3; Allied 
Youth-3; Hall Monitor-3, 4 




SUSAN WARREN ARZT 

November 12, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club-2; Allied Youth-3; Display 
Club-1; Prom Committee-3 





KARL EDWARD BARTZSCH 

September 22, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Gymnastics- 1, 3, 4; Science Club-2, 
3, 4; Math Club-2, 3; Photography 
Club- 3; Hall Monitor-4; Yearbook 



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CYNTHIA JANE BOICE 

November 24, 1946 

Gymnastics-2; Cheerleading-4; 
GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 
4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Pep Squad-3; 
Awards Committee-3; Prom Com- 
mittee-3; Senior Play-4; Yearbook 







CHERYL FRANCES CAIRNS 

August 16, 1946 

National Honor Society-3, 4; GAA- 
2, 3; Glee Club-2, 3, 4; Western 
District-3; Yearbook 




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MARTHA ELISABETH 
BREWER 

March 22, 1946 

Glee Club-1, 3, 4; Girls Industrial 
Arts-1; Library Club-1, 3; Drama- 
tics Club-4 



JOAN MARIE CARR 

December 17, 1946 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Glee Club-2, 3, 4; 
Western District-3; Prom Commit- 
tee-3 




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PAULINE MARION CLARKE 

March 19, 1946 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Art Club-1 
Newspaper-3; Cooking Club-4 
Yearbook 




LORIN STEPHEN CARTER 

May 8, 1946 

Intramurals-1; Science Club-1, 2, 3, 
4; Photography Club-3; Radio Club- 
3; Hall Monitor- 3, 4; Yearbook 




CHRISTINE CARY 

November 26, 1946 

National Honor Society-3, 4; GAA- 
2; Pep Squad-2, 3; Glee Club-2, 3, 
4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Newspaper-3; 
Senior Play-4; Yearbook 





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HARRY EDMUND CONKLIN 

February 11, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-3, 4; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 4; Western District-3; 
Boys' State-3; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Slide Rule-3; Prom Committee-3; 
Awards Committee-3; Hall Monitor- 
4; Senior Play-4; Yearbook 



RICHARD JAMES COOK 

July 21, 1946 

Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball- 1, 2, 
3; Baseball- 1, 3, 4; Volleyball-4; 
Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad-3; 
Glee Club-2, 3, 4; Western District- 
3; Boys' Vocal Group- 3; Allied 
Youth-3; Awards Committee-3; 
Prom Committee-3; Hall Monitor-4 





LEIGH WILLARD CURTISS 

November 22, 1946 

Soccer- 1, 2; Weightlifting-1; Intra- 
murals-1, 2, 3; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 
4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee-3; Hall Monitor-4 




PHILIP HAROLD COONS 

August 15, 1946 

Intramurals-3; Glee Club-3; Allied 
Youth-3; Automobile Club-4 



DONNA LOUISE DELMOLINO 

July 21, 1946 

Gymnastics- 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading- 
3, 4; GAA-1, 2; Class Secretary- 1, 2, 
3; Allied Youth-3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee-3; Yearbook 




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DIANE STEWART DOANE 

January 17, 1947 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Gymnastics- 1, 2; Cheerleading-2, 3, 
4; Student Council Representative- 
1, 2, 3; Allied Youth-3, 4; French 
Club-1; Clothing Construction-2; 
Slide Rule-3; Prom Committee-3; 
Bridge Club-4; Yearbook 



TIMOTHY DUANE FARNUM 

September 2, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club-2, 3; Newspaper-1, 3; Science 
Club-1, 2, 3; Photography- 1; Stamp 
Club-1; Hall Monitor-4; Senior 
Play-4; Yearbook 




WILLIAM THEODORE 
DURYEA 

October 20, 1946 

Intramurals-2, 3, 4; Glee Club-2; 
Allied Youth-3 





WILLIAM JOSEPH FINKE 

March 19, 1946 

Gymnastics-3, 4; Intramurals-3, 4; 
Wrestling Club-3; Science Club-3; 
Photography Club-3; Slide Rule-3 



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EVELYN HILL FLEMING 

October 1, 1945 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Cooking Club-4; 
Clothing Construction- 3; Yearbook 





JANE ELLEN GAGE 

April 1, 1946 

Gymnastics- 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading- 
4; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad-3; 
Awards Committee-3; Glee Club-1. 
2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Ski Club- 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play-3, 4; Yearbook 




THEODORE MERRILL 
FRENCH 

November 16, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; Glee 
CIub-4; Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-3, 
4; Class Treasurer- 1; Slide Rulc-v 
Hall Monitor-4; Ycarbok 



SALLY ANN GOLDEN 

June 24, 1946 

GAA-1, 2; Glee Club-1. 2. 3: Prom 
Committee-3; Clothing Construc- 
tion^; Cooking CIub-4; Allied 
Youth-3, 4; Yearbook 



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GAEL-ANN GRANFIELD 

January 3, 1947 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Pep Squad-3; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3; 
Prom Committee-3; Newspaper-4; 
Senior Play-4; Yearbook 



PHILIP FRASER GUNZINGER 

September 27, 1946 

Class President-3, 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball-1, 2; Gymnastics-2, 3, 
4; Weightlifting-3, 4; Wrestling 
Club-2, 3; Volleyball-3, 4; Boys' 
State-3; Glee Club-2, 3, 4; Boy's 
Vocal Group-3; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Prom Committee-3; Awards Com- 
mittee-3; Automobile Club-4; Hall 
Monitor-3, 4 




WENDY HAMILTON 

February 17, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleading-2, 3, 4; Gymnastics-1; 
GAA-2, 3; Class Vice President- 1; 
Glee Club-2, 3; Allied Youth-3; 
Newspaper-3; Prom Committee-3; 
Senior Play-4; Yearbook 




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MARLENE KAY HENDRICK 

April 6, 1946 

GAA-2, 3; Glee Club-2, 3; Allied 
Youth-3; Cooking Club-4; Yearbook 



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CHARLES FRANCIS HIGGINS 

September 13, 1946 

Class Secretary-4; Intramurals-1, 2, 
3, 4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Football- 
Manager-2, 3, 4; Baseball-3, 4; Class 
President-2; Glee Club-2, 3; Allied 
Youth-3, 4; Prom Committee-3; 
Hall Monitor-3, 4; Yearbook 





CYNTHIA HUNT 

August 19, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4 
Cheerleading-2, 3, 4; GAA-1, 2, 3 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Newspaper-2, 3 
Chess Club-3; Ring Committee-3 
4; Bridge Club-4; Senior Play-4 
Yearbook 




LINDA JANE HOFFMAN 

March 8, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
GAA-2; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; 
Western District-2, 3, 4; All State 
Recommendation-2, 3; Allied Youth 
-3; Newspapcr-2, 3, 4; Senior Play-4; 
Yearbook 



JAMES EDWARD KIMBALL 

February 13, 1947 

Basketball-1; Baseball-2. \ 4; In- 
tramurals-2. J; Glee Club-3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Aids-2; Slide Rule-3; 
Prom Committee-3: Hall Monitor- 
3, 4; Senior Play-4; Yearbook 



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BARBARA LOU KOP 

December 7, 1946 

Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Band-1, 2, 3, 
4; Pep Band-3, 4; Senior Play-3, 4 



CLAIRE LOUISE LANDRY 

February 11, 1946 

GAA-3; Glee Club-3, 4; Allied 
Youth-3; Gymnastics-3; Sewing 
Club-3; Yearbook 





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RICHARD LEONARD KRADEL 

January 11, 1946 

Football-l, 2, 3, 4; Baseball-1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3; Intramurals-1, 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club-3, 4; Western 
District-3; Allied Youth-3; Year- 
book 






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SETH ATHERTON LIPSKY 

June 16, 1946 

Student Council Representative-4; 
Intramurals-1, 4; Student Govern- 
ment Day-3; Class President- 1; 
Newspaper- 2, 3, 4; Ski Club-1, 2, 3, 
4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Chess Club-2, 
3; Science Club-1, 2, 3; Dramatics 
Club-2; Senior Play-3, 4; Yearbook 



CATHERINE MANGHUE 

December 25, 1946 

Gymnastics- 1; Majorettes-3, 4; GAA 
-1, 2, 3; Pep Squad-3; Glee Club-2, 
3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Newspaper- 
3; Prom Committee- 3; Cooking 
Club-4; Senior Play-4; Yearbook 





JAMES MILTON McGARRY 

January 4, 1946 

Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals- 
1, 2, 3; Glee Club-1; Allied Youth- 
3, 4; Awards Committee-3; Hall 
Monitor-4; Yearbook 




CLIFFORD FRANCIS MARTIN 

July 27, 1945 
Volleyball- 1; Intramurals-1 



CYNTHIA ANN MEYER 

March 13, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3; Cheer- 
leading-3; GAA-1, 3, 4; Gymnas- 
tics-3; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Band-1; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Newspaper-3, 4; 
Math Club-2; Prom Committee-3: 
Yearbook 




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FRANCIS BERNARD 
NOURSE, JR. 

June 30, 1946 

Soccer- 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals-1, 2, 
3; Weightlifting-1, 2, 4; Volleyball- 
2, 3, 4; Wrestling Club-3; Glee Club 
-3, 4; Boy's Vocal Group-3; Western 
District-3, 4; Allied Youth-3; Prom 
Committee- 3; Science Club-2; Hall 
Monitor-3, 4 



SANDRA JANE PAGE 

January 7, 1947 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Glee Club-2, 3, 4; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Prom Committee 
-3; Ski Club-3; Yearbook 




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WALTER JOSEPH NOURSE 

April 12, 1945 

Football- 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting-2, 3; 
Intramurals-1, 2, 3; Boxing Club-1, 
2; Glee Club-1, 2; Allied Youth-3, 
4; Science Club-3; Radio Club-3; 
Automobile Club-4 





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PATRICIA FERN PARKS 

July 23, 1946 

GAA-2, 3; Glee Club-2; Slide Rule- 
3; Cooking Club-4 



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SHIRLEY. ANNE PECK 

May 20, 1946 

Gymnastics- 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading- 
3, 4; GAA-2, 3; Pep Squad-3; Glee 
Club-2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Prom Committee- 3; Yearbook 

















SUSAN BETH PENZINER 

September 8, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleading-1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals- 
1, 2; Awards Committee- 3; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 3; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Newspaper-3, 4; French Club-1; Ski 
Club-3, 4; Bridge Club-4; Prom 
Committee-3; Yearbook 





RONALD FREDRICK PEKRUL 

September 26, 1946 

Class Treasurer-3, 4; Intramurals-1; 
Glee Club-3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Newspaper-3, 4; Audio-Visual Aids- 
2; Slide Rule-3, 4; Prom Committee- 
3; Hall Monitor-4; Senior Play-4; 
Yearbook 



EDWARD SAMUEL PEZZEE 

May 2, 1946 

Soccer-1, 2, 3; Intramurals-1, 3, 4; 
Wrestling Club-1; Weightlifnng-1 ; 
Volleyball- 1, 4; Baseball Manager- 1 ; 
Gymnastics-2, 3; Glee Club-1. 2, J, 
4; Allied Youth-3; Dramatics Club- 
3, 4; Senior Play-4 



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JEAN ADELE RHINESMITH 

February 6, 1946 

Cheerleading-4; GAA-1, 2, 3; Gym- 
nastics- 1; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Allied 
Youth-3, 4; Outdoor Club-1; Cloth- 
ing Construction-3; Prom Commit- 
tee- 3; Yearbook 




SHARON ELIZABETH 
PILLMAN 

February 19, 1946 

GAA-4; Glee Club-2, 3, 4; Allied 
Youth-3, 4; Prom Committee-3 




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HAMPTON LEE PRICE 
October 3, 1945 
Newspaper-4; Yearbook 





CLIFFORD ARTHUR 
RICHARDS 

March 17, 1946 

Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals-1, 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club-2, 3; Allied 
Youth-4; Automobile Club-4 



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KAREN ALICE RIISKA 
December 15, 1946 
Allied Youth-4 





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RICHARD WALTER RUTHEL 

September 6, 1946 

Football-2, 3, 4; Intramurals-2, 3, 
4; Weightlifting-3; Glee Club-3; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Science Club-2; 
Archery Club-2; Slide Rule- 3; Radio 
Club-3; Hall Monitor-3, 4; Year- 
book 




ROSEMARY ELLEN 
SCHNEIDER 

March 1, 1947 

GAA-2, 3, 4; Glee Club-1, 2, 3; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Sewing Club-2; 
Industrial Arts Club-1; Yearbook 



RENATE INGE RUTHEL 

April 3, 1946 

GAA-3; Gymnastics- 1; Glee Club- 
1, 2, 3; Allied Youth-3, 4; French 
Club-1; Prom Committee- 3; Year- 
book 



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HOLLY ANITA SLAUGHTER 

May 8, 1946 

GAA-1, 2, 3; Gymnastics- 3; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Pep Squad- 3 



CHARLES BELL SHOVE 

April 5, 1946 

Football-1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics-3; 
Volleyball-3; Weightlifting-3; Al- 
lied Youth-3, 4; Slide Rule-3; 
Awards Committee-3; Prom Com- 
mittee-3; Ring Committee-3, 4; Hall 
Monitor-3, 4; Automobile Club-4 




NANCY ELIZABETH SIMPSON 

August 21, 1946 

Glee Club-2, 3; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Prom Committee-3; Yearbook 





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PETER RAYMOND SMITH 

May 11, 1946 

Class Vice-President-4; Football-1, 
2, 3, 4; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnas- 
tics-3; Intramurals-1, 2, 3; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Western District-3; 
All State Recommendation- 3; Boys' 
Vocal Group-3; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Prom Committee-3; Awards Com- 
mittee-3; Automobile Club-4 



BETTE ANN STALKER 

August 17, 1946 

GAA-2; Pep Squad-3; Glee Club-1, 
2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; Industrial 
Arts Club-1; Prom Committee-3; 
Yearbook 






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PETER CHARLES VICKERMAN 

April 17, 1946 

Soccer-1, 2; Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball-2; Baseball-2; Volleyball- 
1 ; Glee Club- 3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Audio- Visual Aids-2; Archery Club- 
2; Automobile Club-4 




FRANCES ELAINE WARREN 
November 14, 1946 



JAMES PATRICK EDWARD 
THOMPSON 

April 30, 1946 

National Honor Society-2, 3, 4; 
Weightlifting-2, 3; Allied Youth-3. 
4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio 
Club-3; Newspaper-2, 3; Debating 
Club-4; Dramatics Club-4; Senior 
Play- 3, 4; Yearbook 



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ELEANOR FULLER 
WHITEHOUSE 

August 30, 1946 

GAA-2, 3; Majorettes-2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Allied Youth-3; 
Prom Committee-3; Ring Commit- 
tee-3, 4; Cooking Club-4; Yearbook 



RAYMOND A. WELLS 

January 30, 1946 

Intramurals-4; Weightlifting-1 ; 
Gymnastics-2, 3; Volleyball Mana- 
ger-3, 4; Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4; Allied 
Youth-3, 4; Prom Committee-3; 
Dramatics Club-4; Senior Play-4 




DONALD STEVEN WEST 

April 27, 1946 

Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager-2; Volleyball- 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club-3, 4; Allied Youth-3, 4; 
Archery Club-1, 3; Science Club-2; 
Future Farmers of America- 1; Prom 
Committee-3 





JOHN CONRAD ZWICK 

March 7, 1945 

Football- 1, 2, 3; Basketball-1, 2; Vol- 
leyball- 1, 3, 4; Baseball-1, 2, 3; In- 
tramurals-1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics-3; 
Allied Youth-3, 4; Radio Club-3; 
Science Club-3; Prom Committee-3; 
Automobile Club-4 



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First Row: D. Emprimo, C. Gunzinger, D. Newey, G. Wheeler, A. Wells, M. Van Deusen, J. Barrett. 
Second Row: K. Gibbs, R. Burnett, C. Shmulsky, M. Smith, L. Wuori, K. Klahn, L. Bowens. 
Third Row: H. Riou, C. Stanton, R. Palfini, W. Eichstedt, M. Percy, S. Rhines, A. Beneat. 
Fourth Row: R. Bachetti, G. Stenner, J. A. Parker, G. Williams, R. Wilcox, J. Ranzoni, F. Lopez. 
Fifth Row: J. Dinan, W. Bock, R. Winterbottom, S. Phelps, K. Proctor, D. Smith. 



CLASS OF 




IN MEMORIAM 

Sandra Marguerite Wells 
July 19, 1947 —'January 5, 1964 



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First Row: J. Hitchcock, S. Johnston, M. Masse, H. Anstett, C. Batacchi, J. D. Parker, E. Johnson. 
Second Row: J. Lipsky, L. Fenn, R. Guidi, S. Dunlop, E. Ball, R. Pezzee, J. Rutsis. Third Row: 
G. Duryea, M. Dempsey, C. Corser, A. Wells, S. Consolini, E. Hill, C. Markham. Fourth R m 
G. Henderson, D. Losaw, W. Deming, A. Bachetti, R. Stover, M. Brazie, L. Pezze. Fifth Row: M. 
Hennessey, A. Pixley, F. Frengs, E. Grinde, J. Coles, D. Gibbs. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Jed Lipsky 

Alan Bachetti 

Candice Gunzinger 

Hazel Anstett 



Student Council Representative 



John (nles 







First Row: D. Stalker, T. Doane, N. Pekrul, A. Meyer, D. Gunzinger, S. Moulton, J. Losaw, P. Winters. 
Second Row: J. Frengs, S. Barnes, G. Small, K. Ball, C. Stevens, C. Tullar, P. Nason, D. Race. 
Third Row: C. Manghue, G. Crockett, G. Pixley, R. Bettis, C. Fleming, G. Peck, D. Dellea, T. Stevens. 
Fourth Row: L. White, J. Morandi, W. Robbins, P. Amidon, M. Kirchner, J. Cosgriff, P. Guyler, H. 
Robbins. 



CLASS OF 



CLASS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Council Representative 



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First Row: P. Gulotta, B. Ball, M. Quenneville, W. Schoonmaker, M. Mielkc, R. Duryea, D. Page, C. 
Zucco. Second Row: Z. Carter, K. Brown, S. McWhirt, E. Cronk, S. Fletcher, L. Farnum, C. Cagney. 

D. West. Third Row: K. Emprimo, C. Bartzsch, M. Bock, L. Tidball, H. Chase, V. Finke, M. Sadera, 
P. Leffingwell. Fourth Row: P. Thompson, A. Van Deusen, S. Cary, J. Palfini, B. Stevens, D. Price, 
N. Sindler, V. Jenssen, M. Boardman. Fifth Row: M. Landry, E. Olmsted, G. Moulton, D. Flynn. 

E. Clouser, R. Daggett, N. Kinzie. 



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OFFICERS 



Sharon Barnes 
Judith Van Deusen 
Nancy Pekrul 
Deborah Gunzinger 
Roberta Gilmore 



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First Row: S. DeLand, K. Leining, L. Fenn, G. Wuori, L. Shepard, D. Smith, J. Clarke, J. Clarke, B. 
Vosburgh. Second Row: J. Ranolde, D. Stevens, M. Small, E. Hankey, P. Fitch, K. Arienti, R. 
Van Deusen, R. Butler, L. Mazeralle. Third Row: K. Frengs, L. Gulotta, G. Stover, G. Mager, D. 
Brooks, J. Tucker, J. Funk, R. Ruthel, E. Carr, B. Dodge. Fourth Row: H. Crine, H. Hughes, T. 
Smith, D. Guartha, D. Duryea, T. Shmulsky, C. Burnett, B. Phillips, P. Cronk, W. Brunt. 



CLASS OF 



CLASS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Council Representative 



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First Row: V. Bailey, C. Fay, D. Stalker, L. Marchand, A. Hamilton, N. Stalker, C. Steurwald, E. 
Dempsey. Second Row: H. Lanoue, A. Higgins, S. Scholz, K. Wilbur, W. Chapin, B. Dunlop. R. 
Johnston, A. Borg. Third Row: M. Barrier, R. Pautot, S. Van Deusen, G. Ovitt, T. Buckley, S. 
Cary, R. Stenner, M. Parker. Fourth Row: R. Messer, R. Saunders, J. Ovitt, W. Sanford, W. 
Breznick, B. Agar, J. Zwick, J. Simpson, R. Bailey. 



19 6 7 



OFFICERS 



George Mager 
William Dodge 
Sara Scholz 
Kay Betty Leining 
Thomas Smith 



V) 




First Row: C. Hall, M. Beneat, J. Drury, R. Preiss, K. Packlick, J. Schneider, E. Smith, V. Fry, C. 
Kimball. Second Row: S. Caul, L. Klein, S. Farnum, M. Wing, P. Van Deusen, L. Warren, A. 
Higgins, C. Grabmeier, D. Green. Third Row: M. Paul, K. Brazee, B. Machia, S. Brooks, P. 
Delmolino, K. Anderson, R. Chase, M. Malnati, B. Coons. Fourth Row: E. Pezzee, T. Munhall, D. 
Wright, M. Liebsch, W. Klahn, C. Lihou, T. Brown, L. Peck. 



CLASS OF 



CLASS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Council Representative 



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First Row: S. Turner, F. Higgins, J. Johnston, J. Collins, D. Crockett, M. Agar, T. Hewins, E. Hall, 
A. Agar. Second Row: J. Clouser, E. Moore, B. Burdsall, B. Tichenor, R. Manghue, R. Leffingwell, 
R. Dozier, J. Golden, E. Goble. Third Row: P. Rhoades, S. Farnum, G. Landry, L. Sturges, D. 
Campbell, E. Harvey, R. Duryea, G. Shepard, D. Snyder. Fourth Row: J. Newton, S. Goble, R. 
Bailey, F. Mielke, T. Gunzinger, W. Chapin, R. Marion, D. Pixley. Fifth Row: D. Lakey, J. Dozier, 
J. Bennett, W. McWhirt, B. Mazeralle, B. Emberlin, T. Manghue, L. Schoonmaker. 



19 6 8 



OFFICERS 



Frank Higgins 
Cheryl Hall 
Sherry Caul 
Martha Wing 
Arnold Whitehouse 



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First Row: J. Smith, V. Liebsch, B. Ball, G. Hutchins, C. Stalker, I. Ives, D. Holmes, G. McPeak. 
Second Row: T. Cruikshank, K. Guartha, D. Smith, R. Hankey, E. Emmons, B. Markham, J. Warner, 
S. Cushman. Third Row: M. Machia, N. Pshenishny, R. Wheeler, E. Rood, D. Van Deusen, C. 
Zucco, D. Brazie, C. Dodge. Fourth Row: E. Shumulsky, P. Pezze, J. Marchand, K. Crockett, S. 
Barrier, S. Gage, N. Hinman, P. Welch. Fifth Row: A. Goble, A. Wouri, C. Eichstedt, R. Cronk, 
R. Bali, D. Lopez, B. Butler, M. Williams. 



CLASS OF 



CLASS 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Student Council Representative 



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First Row: W. Carton, C. Drumm, C. Agar, S. Gillette, T. Klein, S. Van Deusen, D. Hankey, W. Field. 
Second Row: P. Funk, H. Campbell, D. Kelsey, K. Wheeler, E. Gulotta, R. MacKenzie, P. Weigle, 
R. White. Third Row: L. Scholz, R. Carter, P. Irvine, P. Kaufmann, J. Bennett, R. Wright, F. 
Duryea, J. Van Deusen. Fourth Row: R. Taylor, T Brooks, V. Ullrich, M. Finn, T. Koldys, N. 
Peterson, B. Morandi. Fifth Row: A. Wells, T. Sindler, N. Stalker, B. McNamara, D. Wing, N. Clark. 



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OFFICERS 



Philip Amidon 
Robert White 
Suzanne Newey 
David Smith 
Patricia Granfield 



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activities . . . 




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activities . . 







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ALLIED YOUTH 



Sponsor: Miss Stowe 




GIRLS COOKING CLUB 



Sponsor: Mrs. Larkin 




GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 






M"M* 





Sponsor : Mrs. Wheeler 




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BRIDGE CLUB 



Sponsor: Mr. Trocchi 




BOYS INTRAMURALS 



Sponsor: Mr. Maghery 




DEBATING CLUB 






Sponsor: Mr. Oleen 






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DRAMATICS CLUB 



Sponsors: Miss Stowe and Mrs. Keefner 




CHESS CLUB 



Sponsor: Mr. Herlihy 




LIBRARY CLUB 



Sponsor: Mrs. Howard 




Sponsored by SHEFFIELD PLASTICS, INC., SHEFFIELD 




MATH AND SCIENCE CLUBS 



Sponsors: Mr. Dunham and Mr. Chase 



P 




HALL MONITORS 




SKI CLUB 



Sponsors: Mr. Lark and Mr. Herlihy 




Sponsored by AVALON SCHOOL AND CAMP. MONTEREY 



NEWSPAPER CLUB 



Sponsor: Mrs. Rhoades 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



Sponsor: Mr. Trocchi 




BOYS INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



Sponsor: Mr. Shiminski 




Sponsored by GLADYS B. WILLETS, NEW MARLBORO 



AWARDS 



ALL STARS 



Donald Gibbs, James McGarry, Ward Schoonmaker 





BOYS' STATE 

Philip Gunzinger, Richard Ruthcl, Harry Conklin, 
(abs. ) Karl Bartzcch. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY 




Erick Grinde 

NATIONAL MERIT 
LETTERS OF COMMENDATION 







Cynthia Hunt, Harry Conklin 



ALL STATE 




Robert Daggei 



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STAFF 



Cynthia Hunt, Editor-in-Chief; Marlene Hendrick, Assistant Editor; Wendy Hamilton, Features; 
Seth Lipsky, Assistant Editor; Harry Conklin, Literary; Karl Bartzsch, Photography; Pauline Clarke, 
Art; Richard Kradel, Sports; Theodore French, Music. 



YEARBOOK CLUB 



MEMBERS 




NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

AURIGA CHAPTER 




SENIORS 






MEMBERS 




Linda Wuori 


Timothy Farnum 


Diane Doane (Vice-Pres.) 


Sharon Barnes 


Hilda Chase 


Harry Conklin ( Pres.) 


Richard Stover 


Christine Bartzsch 


Karl Bartzsch (Treas.) 


Victoria Jenssen 


Susan Arzt 


( ynthia Hunt (Sec.) 


James Thompson 


Linda Hoffman 


Christine Cary 


Norman Kinzie 


Cheryl Batacchi 


\nna Meyer 


Erick Grinde 


Susan Penzincr 


Gladys Wheeler 


Theodore French 


Cheryl Cairns 


\\ i ndy Hamilton 



Sponsored by THE VILLAGE GREEN LUNCHEONETTE. SHEFFIELD 






SENIOR PL A Y 



Directed by Miss Stowe 






One Foot in Heaven 



by Hartzell Spence 






One Foot in Heaven 



by Hartzell Spence 









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music . . . 







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DANCE BAND 




First Row: S. Rhines, D. Losaw, 
W. Dodge, G. Stover, B. Burdsall, 
Director Ellis. Second Row: B. 
Tichenor, H. Conklin, M. Brazie, 
T. French. Third Row: E. John- 
son, T. Gunzinger, N. Kinzie, B. 
Kop. Fourth Row: R. Winter- 
bottom, D. Emprimo, R. Stover, 
W. Bock, C. Burnett. 



PEP BAND 



Richard Stover, Harlan Lanoue, 
Gregory Stover, Harry Conklin, 
Barbara Kop, Maurice Brazie, 
Glen Williams, Theodore French. 




Sponsored by CUSTOM EXTRUSION, INC., SHEFFIELD 





GLEE CLUB 



WESTERN DISTRICT 




R. Daggett, F. Nourse, L. Hoffman. 




Sponsored by LES AND BONNIE ULRICH AND THE BOYS 




BAND 



MAJORETTES 




C. Manghue, M. Boardman, E. Whitehouse, H. Chase, C. Gunzinger. 



Sponsored by ASHLEY FALLS ANTIQUES 



sports . . . 









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FOOTBALL TEAM 




First Row: C. Higgins, M. Kirchner, W. Chapin, T. Williams, Z. Carter, Co-Captain Shove, J. 
Rutsis, D. Emprimo. Second Row: P. Amidon, M. Landry, G. Henderson, F. Lopez, R. Cook, 
Co-Captain Gunzinger, H. Robbins, Coach Maghery. Third Row: C. Richards, P. Smith, N. Kinzie, 
J. McGarry, R. Ruthel, R. Kradel, W. Bock, F. Frengs. 



SOCCER TEAM 




First Row: D. Newey, N. Stalker, Co-Captain Nourse, Co-Captain Doane, W. Dodge, S. DeLand, 
K. Frengs. Second Row: D. Brooks, H. Crine, G. Williams, C. Manghue, R. Bachetti, A. Bachetti, 
G. Crockett. Third Row: D. Duryea, C. Burnett, W. Robbins, G. Mager, T. Smith, J. Coles, E. 
Johnson. 



Sponsored by SHEFFIELD PLASTICS, SHEFFIELD 



CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM 




First Row: S. Cary, S. Dunlop. Second Row: Co- 
Captain Price, B. Dunlop. Third Row: H. Phelps, L. 
Gulotta, J. Parker. Fourth Row: Cc-Captain Proctor, 
G. Moulton, E. Carr. 




GYMNASTICS TEAM 

First Row: G. Henderson, S. Babcock, R. Burnett, D. Gunzinger, C. Batacchi, P. Gunzinger. Second 
Row: D. Newey, S. Cary, Z. Carter, J. Morandi, J. Rutsis. Third Row: K. Bartzsch, J. Dinan, J. 
Lipsky, M. Smith, K. Gibbs, J. Gage. 



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BASKETBALL - 1964 



VARSITY 




First Row: D. Emprimo, M. Landry, C. Higgins, J. Cosgriff, J. Ranzoni, L. White, H. Robbins. 
Second Row: Coach Lark, G. Moulton, W. Schoonmaker, J. Coles, Captain McGarry, D. Gibbs, R. 
Bachetti, D. Price, Coach Chamberland. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 




First Row: D. Emprimo, B. Dunlop, G Mager, T. Doane, K. Frengs, W. Dodge, H. Robbins. 
Second Row: Coach Chamberland, L. Gulotta, J. Palfini, H. Crine, D. Duryea, L. Schnoomaker, E. 
Carr, C. Burnett, T. Smith, D. Brooks, Coach Lark. 



Sponsored by SHEFFIELD PHARMACY, SHEFFIELD 



VOLLEYBALL TEAM 




BASEBALL TEAM 





Sponsored by DAVE'S MOBIL STATION. SHEFFIELD 




J. Gage, C. Boice, C. Batacchi, S. Peck, S. Sellew, C. Zucco, J. Rhinesmith, C. Doane, Captain Wendy 
Hamilton. 



CHEERLEADERS 



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S. Babcock, D. Delmolino, D. Gunzinger, S. Moulton, S. Penziner, D. Doane, C. Gun- 
zinger, K. Gibbs, Captain Cynthia Hunt. 



Sponsored by MT. EVERETT LUMBER INC., SHEFFIELD 






Mrs. Arzt 



Mrs. Stephens 



Mrs. Streeter 



THEY HELP TOO 




CUSTODIANS 

Mr. Love, Mr. Arzt, Head Custodian; Mr. Rooney. 







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Bus Drivers 



LUN< IIROtiM STAFF 



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Mrs. Hines, Mrs Gleason, Mrs. Curtis. 
Mr 1 - Marion, Mrs \dams, Dietician. 



Junior Fire Marshalls tell us that only 
competent electricians should install or 
extend wiring. They will see if more 
circuits are needed for additional appliances 
or lights. Also have them check old wiring. 

For insurance protection for your home, 
school, auto or business, consult: 



CARLTON W. FRENCH 



INSURANCE SERVICE 



SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



Compliments of 




SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



AUTO REPAIRS 

General Repairs On All Makes 
• Tune Ups 

• Ignition Work 
• Mufflers 
Brake & Electrical Work 

GT. BARRINGTON 849 




Bruno Bachetti 

Proprietor 

State Road 

Great Barrington 



BACHETTrS 



ESSO 
STATION 



SHEFFIELD MOTORS, INC. 

Your Local Rambler and 
Rambler American Dealer 

Come in and Test 

Drive the 1964 Rambler 

Today 



Telephone 229-8789 



ROUTE 7 



SHEFFIELD 



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SPONSORS 



DR. EDWARD BROLLI 
DR. A. C. SMITH 
DR. FORBES S. ADAMS 
DR. THOMAS J. GILLIGAN 
FRANK J. THOMPSON, C.P.A. 
DR. PERCY ROBERTS 
DR. ELEANOR HAMILTON 
ATTY. SIDNEY Q. CURTISS 



The Staff wishes to express our sincere appreciation to our Advertisers 
and Page Sponsors. Their financial support has helped make The '64 
AURIGAN a success. 



Cynthia Hunt 
Editor-in-Chief 



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HARLAND B. FOSTER INC. 



Refrigeration — Air Conditioning 

Oil Heating — Electrical Equipment 

Hardware 



15 BRIDGE STREET 
Tel. 698W or 564 

GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



GULOTTA'S WMF) SERVICE 




Vy 


Compliments of 


STATION 




Auto Repairing and Wheel Balancing 


WILLIAM C. GULICK, V.M.D. 


— Lubrication — 
Washing and Waxing 


and 




MARGUERIT B. GULICK, V.M.D. 


TIRES and ACCESSORIES 




Santi Gulotta, Prop. 






GREAT BARRINGTON 


Phone 229-8878 






MASSACHUSETTS 


SHEFFIELD / -:- MASS. 





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WHEELER S-TATLOR, Inc. 

REAL ESECTE-INSUBANCE 

GREAT HARRINGTON, MASS. 



IN Th: fierkshire HILLS 




TILIPHONE ONI 



Sponsor of BUILDING STRUCTURES COURSE 



OF THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 



Best Wishes to the 






E. M. RYDER, Inc. 


Class of '64 






— JEWELERS — 


MILL RIVER STORE 




Lee Barnes 


+ 


and 




James Ware 


285 NfAIN STREET 


"We Sell to Please" 


GREAT BARRINGTON. MASS. 



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Distinctive Gifts 
for Gracious Living, 
for Gracious Giving 




OPEN 

EVERY 

DAY 



A complete source for China, Glass, 
Dinnerware, Clocks, Candles, Lamps & 
Lighting Fixtures, Baskets & Pottery, 
Woodenware, Pewter, Brass & Copper, 
Door Stops, Hitching Posts, Weather- 
vanes, Braided & Hooked Rugs.Woven 
Coverlets, Place Mats & Table Linens, 
Gourmet Cookware, Colonial Hard- 
ware, Franklin Stoves, Andirons & 
Fireplace Equipment, Pictures. Wall 
Hangings, Mechanical Banks, Excit- 
ing Imports, Decorative Accessories, 
Documentary Fabrics & Wallpapers, 
Upholstered & Early American Furn- 
iture, Authorized "Colonial Williams- 
burg" and " Henry Ford Museum 
Collection " Reproductions, Authentic 
Americana. j<£^£iM£££b$& 



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Recapture Yesteryear s Nostalgia at 

Seth & Jed's Country Store 

Herbs and Spices Gourmet Foods 
Old-Fashioned Ma P le Products 

Candy Choice Cheeses 

Imported Delicacies Jams and Jellies 
Apothecary Jars 






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2>T<2-w En-gfla-xicl's _^.rri.erica.ri.a. ^fo.xlcetpla.ce 
GIREAT BAIFtlRIXvrGTOlSr, IS* ASS - 

In the Big Red Barns on Stockbridge Road, Route 7 
1 Mile North of Great Barrington Telephone: Gt. Barr. 1500 

Remember, you haven't seen the Berkshire* if you 
haven't seen JENIFER HOUSE! 



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BREWER BROS. INC. 



AUTHORIZED DEALER ^ % CHRYSLER 

VJZl MOTORS CORPORATION 

CANAAN, CONN. 874-7019 



Compliments of 

JOHNNY'S RESTAURANT 

Telephone TAylor 4-7658 
CANAAN -:- CONNECTICUT 




ft IdirtJh' TACONIC BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. 

"Most Everything In Building Materials" 

* And All Your Glass and Mirror Needs 

For Glass — Phone 85 — Building Materials — Phone 600 

GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 

148 MAIN STREET 
GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Quality Ice Cream and Sandwiches 



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DWIGHT FORD'S GARAGE, INC. 



Your INTERNATIONAL Dealer 



FARM IMPLEMENTS — TRACTORS 




MOTOR TRUCKS 



SALES and SERVICE 



Tel. 229-8451 



MAIN STREET, SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



BROVERMAN'S MARKET 



MEATS AND GROCERIES 

"Erom a Shoe Lace 
to aT - Bone" 

Phone 757 

STATE ROAD 
GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



THE BERKSHIRE 
COURIER 

SOUTH BERKSHIRE'S 

HOME NEWSPAPER 
Since 1834 

Commercial Printing 

of 

Distinction 

Telephone 115 
GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



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FARSHAW AND COMPANY 



GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



HOUSE OF GADGETS 



Office Supplies — Gifts — Greeting Cards 



Compliments of 



CONKLIN LIMESTONE, INC 



GENERAL 



ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 




BARRINGTON ELECTRIC SHOP 

Electrical Contracting 

291 MAIN STREET 

GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



H. G. Morelli 



Telephone: 38 



Compliments of 



MARCELLA'S YARN SHOP 



GREAT BARRINGTON. MASS. 



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JOHN MINTZ 



GENERAL TRUCKING & BACKHOE WORK 



SHEFFIELD, MASS. Tel. 229-8947 



Compliments of 

LEONARD'S CLEANERS, INC. 

Telephone 96 

26 RAILROAD STREET 

GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



GILLIGAN BROTHERS 



CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 



SHEFFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 



MACY'S GARAGE 

SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



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HIGH FIDELITY 



MAGAZINE 



GREAT BARRINGTON 



MASSACHUSETTS 



SHEFFIELD FARM SUPPLY 

Tel. 229-8767 

Ford Tractors and Equipment 

De Laval Milkers 

New Holland Harvesters 

"Jeep" and Toyota 

4 Wheel Drive Vehicles 

Fast Service 

SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



SHELLY FINK 



ARTIST 



ALFORD, MASS. 



Compliments of 



KERSEY'S MARKET 



SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



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Congratulations 

and 

Best of Luck in 

the Years Ahead 




THE HOME GAS 

CORPORATION OF 

GREAT BARRINGTON 



MASSACHUSETTS 



WALLY'S TRUCKING 
SERVICE 



Telephone 229-8940 



KENVER SKI and SPORTS CENTER 

13 RAILROAD STREET 

GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 

Phone 669 
Sporting Goods For All 



Compliments of 



GEORGETTES BEAUTY SHOP 

Telephone 229-6411 
SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



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Good Luck To All 



And Our Grateful Thanks To 

The Students Who Were On 

Our Staff During Their 



School Years 



Jug SrnA 

in flic Berkshire? 



EDWARD B. DOLBY 
FLORIST 



Flowers For All 
Occasions 



Phone 230 or 626 



GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



F-2 RESTAURANT 



SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



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IVANHOE 

COUNTRY 

HOUSE 




GUESTS 

Open All 
Year 



Compliments of 



LIMESTONE FARM 



A. G. Brewer — R. I. Brewer 



MILL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



MARIE & JOSEPH 



COWEN 



SHEFFIELD POTTERY 



SHEFFIELD, MASS. 



SEGALLA'S 



SERVICE STATION 



ROUTE 7 



CANAAN, CONN. 



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DEMPSEY'S GARAGE, INC. 



If) 

PODITIAf. 



In Southern Berkshire 



Since 1926 




Telephone 226 
42 BRIDGE STREET — GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



BARRE 
GUILD 



Telephone SHeffield 229-2117 

ASHLEY FALLS MONUMENTAL WORKS 

EAST MAIN STREET 

ASHLEY FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS 

William B. Hall, Proprietor 



Monuments 



Memorials of Fine Quality 



WARD'S NURSERY 



AND GARDEN CENTER 



GREAT BARRINGTON 



MASSACHUSETTS 




*Cbe JNleadows Gift Shop 



Sfxffkld, Massachusetts 

ROUTE 7 SOUTH OF GREAT BARRINGTON 



GIFTS 
SUITABLE FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



CHINA 



GLASS 



STAINLESS STEEL 



FINE DINNER WAR I 
Over $00 patterns to choose from 

Tel. Area Code 41 3 229-8743 



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HAMMER PLUMBING 




HARDWARE 





HEATING & APPLIANCES 



Tel. 112 



RAILROAD STREET 



GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. 



FARMERETTE SHOP 



"For Clothes That Are Fun To Wear' 



HILLSDALE, NEW YORK 



Compliments of 

JOHN A. BIANCHI & COMPANY 

MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Phone TA 4-7608 

CANAAN -:- CONNECTICUT 



Compliments of 



KAUTTU'S PHARMACY 

Carl E. Kauttu, Registered Pharmacist 

Prescription Specialist 

Tel. TAylor 4-5646 

CANAAN, CONNECTICUT 




PRESCRIPTIONS 



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Compliments of 



THE WHITE STALLION 



A Year Round 
Informal Resort 



HILLSDALE, NEW YORK 



GREENFIELD 



GIFT AND TOY SHOP 



BARRINGTON HOUSE BUILDING 



GREAT BARRINGTON 
MASSACHUSETTS 



DEHON SEMINARY 



GREAT BARRINGTON 



MASSACHUSETTS 



May You Fulfill Your 

Promises and Your Future 

Fulfill Your Hopes 



THE KRAMER AGENCY 



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Quality — Service 
We Serve Your Area Twice Weekly 

RIED CLEANERS & DYERS 

218 MAIN STREET 
OPPOSITE ST. PETER'S CHURCH 

Telephone 178 

GREAT BARRINGTON 
MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 



HERBERT'S SHOES 



GREAT BARRINGTON 
MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 



COVE LANES & COVE RESTAURANT 



Tel. 1328, 1720 



109 STOCKBRIDGE ROAD 



GREAT BARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



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